It’s the end of an anxious wait for many fifteen and sixteen-year-olds across Essex, as their much anticipated GCSE results will be out today. The Equestrian Learning Academy is on hand to help with information and advice for those thinking about a career in the equine industry.
After weeks of waiting, many Year 11 pupils will be breathing a sigh of relief as they rip open their envelopes to discover the marks in their first compulsory national exams, a week after the A-level marks were released.
Hooked on Horses would like to wish everyone the best of luck, and whether your results what you did or didn’t expect, please don’t panic as there is advice available for you. Call the Exam results helpline on 0808 100 8000 for help and advice. Or visit www.direct.gov.uk by clicking here, for frequently asked questions and advice.
Why not turn your love of horses into a career?
It you are still unsure of the next step to take, and you would like to continue your education or start a career in the equestrian sector, why not get in touch with the Equestrian Learning Academy, who are on hand to offer guidance and support, as well as having courses which suit school leavers.
GATEWAY PROGRAMME IN HORSE CARE
This is a tailor made, foundation learning full time course of at least 16 hours a week over 6 months including opportunities for work experience progressing to employment.
This level 1 programme is suitable for those looking to work in the equine industry but hasn’t yet secured employment and do not already have level 2 qualifications. It’s one of the most diverse industries within the land-based sector with opportunities for working in livery yards, riding schools, racing yards and training yards. For the ages of 16-19 this is a fantastic first step to working with horses.
Contact the Equine Learning Academy to find out more on 01245 364381 or email email@example.com
Visit equinelearning.co.uk online.